|El Hermano José|
|Directed by||Antonio Momplet|
|Written by||Nicolás Proserpio|
|Edited by||Nicolás Proserpio|
|27 August 1941|
The movie deals with the interaction in a small town between a healer, his daughter and a young doctor, between science and superstition.
La Nación called the film a popular and satirical comedy. Halki noted that it was a visual version of a successful radio show. Manrupe and Portela and said it was a classic Pepe Arias work, with everything good and bad that implies, and had been filmed without much effort.
The full cast was:
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